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Dover, DE - Moments Of Joy ($57.80) scored a shocker in winning the Mares Open Pace at Dover Downs on Wednesday night. Moments of Joy and Victor Kirby left quickly and put the field to sleep. They set fractions of 27.2, 56.3 and 1:24. as the  field remained in single file, Driver Victor Kirby and Moments of Joy were able to nurse a 29.1 quarter at the halfway point   Valuable Art remained in the pocket .  Baron Remy was the first to pull down the backstretch and pressed the leader through a 27.2 quarter. Race favorite Major Occasion A was towed into a 2nd over journey but was gapping.  Nearing the three quarter pole, driver Dexter Dunn felt a sense of urgency and tipped three wide.  Major Occasion A stalled and was unresponsive to Dunn’s asking. Rockin The Boys A remained on the rail and Bettor Joy N mounted a charge from last. In the stretch, Moments of Joy upset the field at 27-1.  She paced the mile in 1:51.4 over a good surface and won by a length and a quarter.   Moments Of Joy a $6,000 yearling purchase is owned and trained by Bryan Truitt.  Finishing 2nd was the pocket sitting Valuable Art for driver Corey Callahan and his dad Nick Callahan. Bettor Joy N closed in the stretch from last and captured the show spot. Sean Bier was recognized in the Winner’s Circle for accomplishing 2500 lifetime wins as a harness driver. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Dover, DE - Tight Lines took the overland route and won the Open Trot at Dover Downs on Tuesday night. Home’N Dry and race favorite Joey Bats provided the early speed over a sloppy track. Jack Vernon made a break after the start.  Blue Bird Jesse got away 3rd. Tight Lines was able to drop in 4th near the quarter pole. Bluebird Rambo settled in the fifth position. Home’N Dry cut the race fractions of 27.2, 56  and 1:24. Joey Bats accepted the pocket trip.   Tight Lines rushed 1st over and the mare, She’s On A Cuze was towed into a 2nd over trip on the rim down the backstretch. Tight Lines and Corey Callahan were able to wear down the pace setter Home’N Dry and Tyler Davis past the ¾ pole.  They trotted a 28 flat 3rd quarter. Joey Bats, the race favorite with Andrew McCarthy, in the bike, angled off the rail and took dead aim on Tight Lines in the stretch.   Unfortunately, Joey Bats went off stride near the 7/8th marker. Sheez On A Cruz passed Joey Bats nearing the wire and finished 2nd. Joey Bats survived a Judges Inquiry for a violation of the breaking rule and finished 3rd. Tight Lines won by two and a quarter lengths at odds of 7/2 in 1:52.2.   He is owned and trained by Jeff Gregory with the Jesmeral Stables and W.H. Richardson. The mare, Sheez On A Cruze finished 2nd for driver Montrell Teague and trainer Brenda Teague. Major Occasion N looks to repeat in the Mares Open Pace in Wednesday’s 11th race Mares Open Pace. First race post time at Dover Downs is 4:30 pm. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Backstreet Shadow was impressive in winning the harness racing Preferred Pace at Dover Downs on Thursday night. Tim Tetrick launched Backstreet Shadow from post 8 in the slop and he responded. Bo Mach relinquished the lead to Backstreet Shadow who was allowed to take the field to the quarter in a quick 26.2. Tetrick was able to throttle the speed of the pacer. They paced a half in 55.1, a 28.4 quarter.  Slick Tony grinded 1st up and Benson Boys N followed that cover. Backstreet Shadow led the field to the three quarters in 1:22.1. Slick Tony weakened as did Benson Boys N, Eddard Hanover and Little Ben. Bo Mach sat the perfect trip and was raging with pace in the closing stages of the race. Closing Statement angled wide with pace and finished 3rd. Backstreet Shadow remained under wraps and won by a measured neck in a shocking 1:49.3 over a sloppy surface. He paced a last half in 54.3 and a last quarter in 27.1. Backstreet Shadow is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, L. Karr, J &T Silva, Purnell & Libby.  The driver was Tim Tetrick for trainer Ron Burke. Bo Mach finished 2nd for driver Corey Callahan and trainer Dylan Davis. Closing Statement was 3rd for driver Dexter Dunn and trainer Mark Harder. Backstreet Shadow   Proper One captures the Blue Hen Handicap Pace. Proper One Late Mail N and Grantmeawish both left for race position and set the early race fraction of 26.4 in the slop. At the quarter pole, Geroge Napolitano Jr. propelled Proper One to the lead, in hopes of controlling the pace. Dexter Dunn and Grantmeawish argued the pace and retook the lead. Grantmeawish led the field to the half in 54.4, a 28 flat quarter.  Beach Art paced 1st over and pressured Grantmeawish, as the team paced the three quarters in 1:22.2 a 27.3 third quarter. The back field was in motion past the three quarters as Hallie’s Comet , Daddyofemall and Dialamara all mounted a futile chase, in an effort to gain on the leader, but could not. At the head of the stretch, Andrew McCarthy and Proper One were able to maneuver off the rail and paced past Grantmeawish. Q’s Cruise the 5/2 betting favorite, saved all the ground on the rail and finished 2nd. Proper One won by a measured length in 1:50.4.  Proper One He is owned by Louis Tomzak and trained by Carlo Poliseno. Q’s Cruise finished 2nd for driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Jim King Jr. Late Mail N finished 3rd for driver George Naploitano Jr. and trainer Mike Hall.   Alex Kraszewski Dover Downs  

All eyes were on Major Occasion A who was sent off as the harness racing favorite in the Mares Open Pace at Dover Downs Wednesday night. Valuable Art, last week’s winner, left quickly and Delishka N accepted the pocket trip. The first quarter was paced in :26.4  Tim Tetrick rushed past the quarter pole with Ideal Lifestyle A, who responded clearing the lead.  They led the field to the half in :55 seconds flat.  Major Occasion A was the first to pull past the half. Dexter Dunn had to urge his charge on and accelerated past Ideal Lifestyle A, who offered little resistance.  The three quarters were paced in 1:22.4, a :27.4 quarter.  Baron Remy attempted to shadow Ideal Lifestyle ‘s move but could not gain any ground.  Moments of Joy, Delishka N and Valuable Art all were out paced in the late stages of the race. Major Occasion A sprinted away from the field and won by four and three quarter lengths stopping the teletimer in 1:49.4.  She was sent off at odds of 2/5 .   Major Occasion A was driven to victory by Dexter Dunn for trainer R. Nifty Norman.  The Owners are Enzed Racing Stable Inc.  Ideal Lifestyle held on for 2nd. Tim Tetrick drove for trainer Jim King Jr. Baron Remy finished 3rd and was driven by Andrew McCarthy for trainer Ron Burke. After the race, trainer Nifty Norman was not sure how Major Occasion A would take to the smaller race track.  She raced on the mile track previously. The huge smile on his face provided a confident answer. Racing continues on Thursday at Dover Downs.  Highlighting the 14 race card is Blue Hen Open Pace in the 10th race.  The feature will be the Preferred Handicap Pace in race 12. Post Time is 4:30 pm by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs    

DOVER, DE - Jack Vernon makes it two out of three wins in the Winners Over/Open Trot at Dover Downs on Tuesday night. Elysium Lindy and Home’n Dry left quickly and established an early race position.  Elysium Lindy forced Home’n Dry to take a seat in the pocket at the quarterpole. The 4/5 race favorite, Jack Vernon lingered on the outside for the speed to settle, then made his move.  Elysium Lindy cut the early fractions of a rapid :26.1 then backed the half to :55.3, a 29.2 quarter. Nearing the half Jack Vernon and driver Tim Tetrick made their move and pounced on the leader and pressured Elysium Lindy to the three quarters in 1:23.1.  They trotted a 27.3 third quarter.  Home’N Dry vacated the pocket near the three quarter pole and anticipated a 2nd over journey behind Jack Vernon that would carry him into the stretch.  Unfortunately, Home’N Dry made a break.   Jack Vernon disposed of a tiring pace setter Elysium Lindy. The 7 year old trotted clear by the field in the stretch.    Blue Bird Jesse was able to avoid the breaking Home’N Dry near the three quarter pole and closed to be second.   Faithfulandtrue closed from last to pick up the show spot. Jack Vernon won by a safe, length in 1:53. He scored his second win in three starts against Open company at Dover Downs. He is owned by Howard Taylor and Mike Casalino Jr. and trained by Dylan Davis. Bluebird Jesse finished 2nd for driver Alan Davis and trainer Jim King Jr. Faithfulandtrue and driver Mike Cole for trainer Joe Columbo earned the show spot. Valuable Art looks to make it back to back wins in 10th race  Mares Open Pace at Dover Downs on Wednesday night. Post Time is 4:30 pm. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs

Howard Taylor's Bo Nach won last week's Open Pace at Dover Downs after getting a perfect two-hole trip. So now he moves up to tackle the best pacers at the track and what does he do, how about wiring the field with ease. Thursday's Preferred-Handicap Pace saw harness racing driver Corey Callahan breeze out to the early lead with Eddard Hanover (Tony Morgan) grabbing the two-hole spot to the opening quarter mile in :27.2. The order stayed the same as the field hit the half mile marker in :55.4. Rock The Nite and driver Dexter Dunn started up from seventh place on the outside and they were able to flush Little Ben and Victor Kirby first up. Past the three-quarters in 1:23.3, the order stayed the same as Bo Mach proved to be much the best, holding on in the stretch to win by one length in 1:51.1. Eddard Hanover was second with Little Ben third. It was the second straight win on the new year for Bo Mach. The five-year-old gelding by Mach Three is trained by Dylan Davis for owner Howard Taylor of Philadelphia, PA. He paid $14.40 to win. Backstreet Shadow, who was making his 2020 debut off two sharp qualifying wins, was the betting favorite, but failed to be able to get into the hunt until late and finished four. by Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink.

Dover, DE -  The Mares Open Pace became a family affair on Wednesday night. Valuable Art, who was driven to victory by Corey Callahan, is trained by his father Nick Callahan and owned by his mother Dolly Callahan. The morning line favorite, Bettor Joy N was scratched sick. This minimized the field to 5, but did not diminish the quality. At the start both Delishka N and the ⅘ race favorite Moments Of Joy left alertly.  Moments of Joy attempted to quarter pole to the lead but Alan Davis and Delishka N were stubborn and did not allow that move to occur.  Moments of Joy yielded back to the pocket.  Delishka N set leisure fractions of :27, :56.1 and 1:24.3. Valuable Art grinded 1st up at the ¾ pole and pressured the pace setter Delishka N thru a 28.4 third quarter. Terror at Night labored on the rim nearing the ¾ pole.  This allowed  Moments of Joy and driver Victor Kirby to maneuver off the rail and shadowed Valuable Art 2nd over.  In the stretch Valuable Art was able to wear down the pace setter Delishk N, who finished last. Valuable Art won in 1:51.4 by a length at odds of 6-1.   Moments of Joy could not gain any ground in the stretch and finished a gallant 2nd for driver Victor Kirby and trainer Bryan Truitt. Terror at Night charged home late to finish 3rd for Montrell Teague and trainer Jeff Bamond Jr. Dexter Dunn won four races. Tim Tetrick won 3 races. Wiggle It Jiggleit will race in the 12th race Preferred Pace on Thursday. Dover Downs post time is 4:30 pm. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Eddard Hanover blasted out of the gate and Bo Mach was allowed to gain the pocket at the quarter pole.  Harness racing driver Tony Morgan and Bo Mach set fractions of 27 55.3 1:23. Nearing the half, the 8/5 race favorite, Slick Tony, pulled in hopes of finding cover, but Larry Karr went back to the rail.  Slick Tony was then forced to grind 1st up and coverless.  Eddard Hanover remained stubborn and would not let Slick Tony clear. Bo Mach and Corey Callahan drove a perfectly as the pocket rocket.  They were able to sneak along the rail and won by a length in 1:50.4.The performance was a lifetime mark and went off at odds of 25-1. Bo Mach is owned by Howard Taylor and trained by Dylan Davis. Eddard Hanover cut the mile and finished 2nd for trainer Jeff Cullipher and driver Tony Morgan. Rock the Nite was forced three wide in the stretch and finished 3rd. Dexter Dunn drove for trainer Andrew Harris. Bo Mach ...................................................................................... Hallie’s Comet wins the Blue Hen Pace at Dover Downs on Thursday night. Late Mail N. left quickly, but allowed Grantmeawish an opportunity to control the race fractions. Dexter Dunn and Grantmeawish cut fractions of 26.3  55 1:22.1 Hallies Comet pulled at the half and pressured Grantmeawish through a 27.1 third quarter. Late Mail N remained in the pocket. Beach Art was towed into a 2nd over journey, then tipped three wide entering the stretch. Little Ben the 6/5 race favorite, was forced 4 wide in the stretch and closed to finish 2nd for trainer Jim King Jr. and driver Tim Tetrick. Beach Art, last week’s winner, finished third for trainer Arty Foster Jr. and driver Russell Foster. Hallie’s Comet held on to win the race by a neck in 1:51. Race odds were 6-1. The winning owners are Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. Ron Burke was the trainer and Yannick Gingras was the winning driver. Racing resumes at Dover Downs on Monday Post Time is 4:30 pm   Alex Kraszewski  

Home’N Dry, after racing in the slop his last three harness racing starts, found the dry surface much to his liking.   Home’N Dry, Jack Vernon and Lagerfeld all left alertly and settled in at the quarter pole. Home’N Dry and driver Tyler Davis took the field to the quarter in 27.2. Jack Vernon and driver Tim Tetrick argued the lead and were parked out by Home’N Dry to the half in 55 seconds flat. They trotted a 27.3 quarter. Jack Vernon finally cleared the lead past the half and led the field to the ¾ pole in 1:23.3.   Tyler Davis confidently pulled the pocket at the ¾ pole and simply wore down Jack Vernon, the ½ race favorite, in the final strides.   Home’N Dry won by a half length and established a lifetime mark of 1:52.2.   He was sent off at odds of 8-1. Brian Malone is the trainer for owner Peter Paul Venturini. Jack Vernon finished a battle worn 2nd, for for trainer Dylan Davis. Royal Becca J. and driver Jack Parker Jr. for trainer Carol Jamieson Parker finished third.   Driver Tim Tetrick won 5 races on the card.   Dover Downs post time is 4:30 pm.     Alex Kraszewski Dover Downs

It was a case of deja vu for Bettor Memories.   Bettor Memories established a lifetime mark of 1:49.3 in November at Dover Downs and nearly duplicated that effort with a victory on Thursday night at Dover Downs in the $30,000  Preferred-Handicap Pacing feature.   Strong winds hindered the chances of Wiggle It Jiggleit and Slick Tony. They were forced to take back to the 7th and 8th positions respectively at the quarter pole. Q’s Cruise reversed race strategy and left quickly. They then allowed,Trump Nation, the 8/5 race favorite to cut the race fractions. The fractions were 26.4 55.2 1:23.3.   Quality Bud and Anthony Morgan rushed 1st over and challenged Trump Nation thru 27.1 third quarter. Bettor Memories and driver Dexter Dunn were able to catch a 2nd over trip and took the lead in mid stretch to win by a half length in 1:50.2.     Bettor Memories is owned by Gus Dovi and trainer R. Nifty Norman. They were sent off at odds of 5-1.   Trump Nation and driver Yanick Gingras for trainer Ron Burke finished 2nd. Quality Bud finished 3rd. Beach Art, who was claimed by Arty Foster Jr. for $17,500 in November, won the $18,000 Blue Hen Pace at Dover Downs on Thursday night (Jan. 16). Wind conditions in excess of 30 miles an hour played a major factor in race strategy. Late Mail N blasted off the gate from post eight and was parked out by Proper One before clearing in a :26.3 first quarter. Grantmeawish was also parked, but advanced to seize the lead well before a :54 half. Beach Art and driver Russell Foster pulled first-up nearing the half and battled Grantmeawish through a :27.4 third quarter. Beach Art powered past 8-5 favorite Grantmeawish at the seven-eighths pole and won by 1-1/4 lengths in 1:50.3.   Grantmeawish secured the place spot, while Silver Fox J raced second-over and finished third. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Dover, DE – Bettor Trix N was impressive tonight for harness racing driver Tim Tetrick at Dover Downs in a filly and mare condition event. It began with Valuable Art and driver Corey Callahan who left alertly from post 8 and led the field to the quarter. Bettor Trix N and Tetrick decided to take the pocket trip. The field raced single-file until Shezza GNP N pulled first-over nearing the half for Montrell Teague. Valuable Art and Shezza GNP N battled to the three-quarter pole, pacing a 26.3 quarter. Bettor Trix N and Tim Tetrick, benefited from the speed duel and powered their way in the stretch to victory. Bettor Trix N was sent off as the 6/5 race favorite.  This win gave her a new lifetime mark of 1:51.3.   Bettor Trix N, is owned by Jo Ann Looney-King and trained by her husband Jim King Jr.  Valuable Art finished a gallant 2nd, for trainer Nick Callahan. Sweet Bobbie finished a ground saving third for trainer Kay Gannon and driver Jonathan Roberts. Tim Tetrick picked up four wins on the night. Wiggle It Jiggleit and Slick Tony continue their rivalry in tomorrow’s 12th race. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Dover, DE — Jack Vernon avoided his previous harness racing breaking issues with a wire-to-wire victory in the $25,000 Open Trot at Dover Downs on Tuesday night (Jan. 14). Trainer Dylan Davis called upon the services of Tim Tetrick, and both trotter and driver responded over a sloppy racetrack. Jack Vernon allowed Home’n Dry to take the lead briefly before retaking the lead at the end of a :27.4 quarter. Tetrick was able to back off the half to :57.2 before facing a first-over challenge from In Secret through three-quarters in 1:25.2. Jack Vernon prevailed as the 1-2 favorite, winning handily by three-quarters of a length in 1:53.2.   Home’n Dry stayed on the rail to finish second; Majestic Marvel finished third. Coming up Thursday at Dover Downs, Wiggle It Jiggleit will take on Slick Tony once again in the 12th race Preferred Trot. First race post time is 4:30 pm. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Slick Tony avenged his earlier defeat by Wiggle It Jiggleit last week and won the Preferred Pace at Dover Downs on Thursday night. Rockin M protected the rail and cut all the fractions of :26.2, :55.1 and 1:22.3 to the three-quarters. Slick Tony and driver Ross Wolfenden was first to pull, expecting to find cover from Wiggle It Jiggleit and Montrell Teague. Teague chose to remain on the rail.  Slick Tony, was then forced to continue his journey first up and coverless. Slick Tony seems to live on the outside. Last week he was parked the entire mile in finishing second. Slick Tony continued to launch his bid, attacking the pacesetter Rockin M through a 27.2 third quarter. Quality Bud became the benefactor, as he paced second over behind Slick Tony.  At the ⅞ pole, Wiggle It Jiggleit shook loose and Quality Bud mounted his charge.  However, they were both outfought by Slick Tony. Slick Tony won by a neck as the second choice  in 1:50.2 for trainer and owner George Leager.     Wiggle It Jiggleit,  the race favorite, finished a fast closing 2nd for trainer Clyde Francis and driver Montrell Teague. Quality Bud finished a game 3rd for trainer Andrew Harris and driver Victor Kirby. Trainer Jim King Jr. and driver Tim Tetrick each captured 4 wins on the race card. Little Ben got up in the final strides and captured the Blue Hen Open Pace. Sicily and driver Victor Kirby, left quickly but allowed Blazing Bobby Sox and driver Art Stafford Jr. to settle on the lead at the quarter in 26.4.  Victor Kirby retook the lead in front of the stands and was joined by Little Ben nearing the half in 55.2.  At that point, both horses paced as a team and drew away from the field reaching the ¾ station in 121.4.  They paced a 27.2 third.  Little Ben raced on the outside and had the lead but not the rail as Sicily continued to dig in. Little Ben was able to finally wear down Sicily,  the 6/5  race favorite, in the deep stretch. Little Ben won by a neck in 1:50.4 for owner Joanne Looney- King and her husband trainer Jim King Jr.  Tim Tetrick was in the bike. Little Ben paid $8.60 to win.   Sicly and driver Victor Kirby for trainer Wayne Givens gained the place spot. Silver Fox J driven by Mike Cole sat 5th on the rail and finished third for trainer Joe Columbo.   by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

Moments of Joy won the Mares Open Pace at Dover Downs on Wednesday night. The two scratches of Dibaba N. and Reclamation left a field of 6 quality harness racing pacing mares set to compete. Driver Victor Kirby sent Moments of Joy quickly to the front and Delishka N was allowed to sit in the pocket at the quarter pole.  Moments of Joy controlled the pace setting fractions of :27.3, :56.1 and 125.1. At the half, Valuable Art and driver Russell Foster braved the wind and cold by pulling first over into a strong head wind down the backstretch. Bettor Joy N and Tim Tetrick followed second over till the head of the stretch. Tetrick charged 3 wide in the lane.  Moments of Joy dug in, as she did last week and captured her second consecutive win in the mares open by a head in 1:53.  She was the second choice in the wagering at 8/5.   Better Joy N. probably in need of a start off of a qualifier, finished second for driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Jim King Jr. She was the favorite at 2/5. Delishka N and driver Allan Davis for trainer Wayne Givens remained on the rail, and finished third. Moments of Joy, is owned and trained by Bryan Truitt.  Victor Kirby was allowed to control the pace and drove a perfect race in victory. Dover Downs post time is 4:30 pm  Wiggle it Jiggleit tries for his 2nd consecutive win in Dover’s 12 race Open Pace. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs  

It was a patient drive by Ross Wolfenden aboard Tight Lines as they were able to maneuver through the wind, rain and snow, and won by a well measured length at Dover Downs on Tuesday. There was plenty of movement in the race, despite the poor weather conditions.  Home N Dry and driver Tyler Davis, left quickly and forced Cruising In Style and driver Corey Callahan to settle for the pocket. Home N Dry cut fractions of :27.3, :57.1 and 1:25.3.  Bluebird Jesse and Tim Tetrick were parked the mile as the 8/5 second choice in the wagering and tired.  Faithfulandtrue pulled at the ½ and pressured Home N Dry through a  28.2. 3rd quarter. Nearing the ¾  marker,Jack Parker Jr came off the rail and trotted three wide in the turn. Tight Lines, who was fifth most of the mile, tipped 4 wide.  Both trotters dueled down the lane.  Tight Lines proved to be the best and won by a measured length in 1:55.1 as the 7/5 race favorite.   Tight Lines is owned by Gregory,Jesmeral Stable and WH Richardson. The trotter was driven by Ross Wolfenden for trainer Jeff Gregory. This is now the 6th lifetime victory in the slop for the 7 year old son of Yankee Glide. Royal Becca J finished 2nd for driver Jack Parker Jr. and trainer Carol Jamieson- Parker. Home’N Dry  finished 3rd for driver Tyler Davis and trainer Brian Malone. Wiggle It Jiggleit is scheduled to race in the 12 race Open/Preferred Pace on Thursday night January 9. Post Time is 4:30 pm by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs

Former world champion and Harness Horse of the Year (2015), Wiggle It Jiggleit, returned to the winner's circle after over a three-year absense due to injuries. Driven by Montrell Teague, victory came in his third start back to the races, capturing the 12th race $30,000 Invitational Pace at Dover Downs in Dover, Delaware. It was back on October 15, 2016 when Wiggle It Jiggleit last won at harness racing. It was the $250,000 Invitational Pace at Yonkers Raceway. On this Thursday evening with regular driver Montrell Teague back in the sulky, Wiggle It Jiggleit started from post two in the eight-horse field. For Teague, it was his return to the races after suffering a broken wrist over two months ago and it was also his 29th birthday Thursday. The race started with 38-1 long shot, Larry Karr (Mike Cole) leaving like a rocket from the far outside post 8 and took command of the field with Wiggle It Jiggleit settling into second place. They paced by the opening quarter mile in :27. Slick Tony (Ross Wolfenden) was stuck on the outside in seventh and started to move up as the field past the half mile marker in :55.3. Then, as Larry Karr was reaching the three-quarters, Teague pulled the pocket with Wiggle It Jittleit and came after the race leader as they past the three-quarters in 1:23.3. Wiggle It Jiggleit went right by Larry Karr and with Slick Tony on his back, cleared to a two-length lead at the top of the stretch and held command on the field through the wire, winning by one and one-half lengths in 1:51. Slick Tony was second with Bo Mach (Corey Callahan) third.   Trained by Clyde Francis for owners George Teague, Jr. and the Teague Racing Partnership, it was the first start of the yeawr for the eight-year-old gelded son of Mr Wiggle. Wiggle It Jiggleit has lifetime earnings of $3.9 million. His lifetime record is 1:47.2. Wiggle It Jiggleit paid $7.60 to win. by Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink

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